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1. City of Art, Kansas City's Public Art City of Art, Kansas City's Public Art 2001 The author describes the Kansas City Power and Light Building as "Kansas City's most distinctive skyscraper and one of the country's best examples of art-deco design." Includes photographs of the outside...

2. Godfrey Swenson Godfrey Swenson 1938 Biographical sketch of Godfrey Swenson, president of the Swenson Construction Company in the Victor Building. Born in Sweden in 1876 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1896 as a stonemason, establishing...

3. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Building at 14th and Baltimore Avenues by Hoit, Price & Barnes, architects, in 1931.

4. Kansas City Power & Light Company: The First Ninety Years Kansas City Power & Light Company: The First Ninety Years 1972 Building at 1330 Baltimore Avenue at time of first occupation in 1931 was the tallest west of the Mississippi River.

5. Power and Light Building Power and Light Building 1994 [Q]uickly became Kansas City's leading landmark. Photos and description of the 30-story building at 1330 Baltimore Avenue.

6. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Origins of the Kansas City Power & Light company itself as well as its building, erected by the Swenson Construction Company. General drawings under the direction of Mr. Meriwether. Mechanical drawing...